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Wed Feb 02, 2011 7:17 am

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Hi,
I'm new on this forum so please tell me if Im doing anything wrong.

My problem is that i get a BSOD when I'm trying to start Windows 7 pro 64 bit, on my macbook air, using BootCamp. The Computer is a Macbook air 13" 2011. I recently reinstalled both OSX and Windows 7 on my computer. Just after the reinstallation everything worked perfectly fine.

Anything that had the same problem, and maybe knows how to solve it? I haven't, yet, tried to reinstall Windows.

BR
Jakob



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